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FBI174A-DN-S7419

JCSO 99-7625
Investigator: Glenn Moore - Golden Police Depanrnent I (303) 384-8080

RE: CONTROL it 1786


DUPLICATE CONTROL NUMBER TO DN#22
BillGreaber (DOB: 110681) of7617 S. Newland Street in Littleton, CO 80128 was
interviewed by Investigator CarolSniegowski on Aprl124, 1999.

( SEE SNIEOOWSKrS WRlTIEN REPORT. )

** NO new leads generated.

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Investitlator _ Dale _
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CASE #99-7625
REPORTING AGENCY: JCSO
REPORTING OFFICER: DEPUTY STEVE LUC1AN0"6Z-
DATE OF TIllS REPORT: 10-27-99
CONTROL #5070

WITNESS:
William (Billy) James Greaber, DOB/11-6-81
8578S. Allison St.
Littleton, Co. 80128
303-979-9430

INVESTIGATION:
On 10-22-99 Columbine High School student William Greaber was re-interviewed at the
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office South Sub-Station.

The purpose for the re-interview was to clarify Greaber's observations during the April
20th shootings at Columbine High School, specifically to statements made by Greaber
during an interview on 4·24-99 with Task Force investigations. In that interview,
Greaber reported seeing two shooters, however, he felt there were more than two people
involved.

Greaber told me that he was in the Tech Lab when the shootings started. Greaber stated
that he fJISt heard what he described as "pops" followed by the sound of the fire alarm.
Greaber then exited the TechLab and steppedinto the hallway. Greaber looked down the
hallway towards the west doors and saw a male shooting. Greaber only observed the
shooter for a few seconds before he hurried back into the Tech Lab. Greaber described
the shooter as "real tall" possibly shooting a handgun and wearing dark clothing.
Greaber was unable to provide any more details in reference to the description of the
gunman. Greaber statedtharthe gunman was standing inside the west doors and shooling
downthe hall towards the main office.

After returning to the Tech Lab, Greaber then went into the adjoining Science room.
While in the Science room, Greaber looked through the classroom door window.
Greaber stated that he saw several students running downthe hallway in a panic. Greaber
also saw another person in the hallway that walked slowly past the door. The only
description Greaber could provide reference this person was that the person appeared to
be a male wearing a white t-shirt, Greaber thought it was suspicious that this person was
walking so slow while other students in the hall were running. Greaber stated that it was
not the same personhe saw shooting inside the westdoors.

Greaber stated at about 1126 hours he ran out of the Tech Lab, down the main hallway
and exited the school, out the northside door nearthe hand room.

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WILLIAM JAMES GREAllER. DOBlll·6-81

Greaber stated that he thought the person he saw shooting down the hallway from inside
the west doors might have been Dylan Klebe Iii This is based on the fact that Greaber
had gym class with Klebold during the first semester of the school year and saw him
often. Greaber does not know the person he saw walking past the Science room door.
Greaber stated that he initially felt there must have been more than two people involved
based on the magnitude of the incident. Greaber has since changed his mind and now
believes that only Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were involved in the shootings. He
based his decision on the fact that he hasn't seen any evidence through the media that
would lead him to believe that more people were involved.

I then showed Greaber a series offour photographs (#%, 48,51,54) taken from the video
camera in the cafeteria. Greaber.pointed to Dylan Klebold in photograph #51 and stated,
"That's who I think 1 saw." (Referring to the gunman he saw inside the west doors
shooting down the hallway.)

The interview was concluded with Greaber having no concerns in reference to any
additional persons involved in the shootings other than Klebold and Hams.

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l.AKEWOOD POLlCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
.•'ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MeGlYNN CASE NUMBER: 99·38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30·99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOlUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'SOFFICE
INFORMAnON CONTROL NUMBER: DN2154. FBI: 174A·DN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

SUSPECTS:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLE80lD
WITNESS:

1. JENNINGS. SARAH. 008: 10-10-81


7400 West Grant Ranch Blvd. #34, Littleton, CO 80128, 303·933·0901
Mother: Patricia Jennings, 7400 West Grant Ranch Blvd. #34, Littleton, CO 80128, 303-933·0901
Work: 303-741-2626
Father: Dennis Jennings. 7400 West Grant Ranch Blvd. #34. Littleton. CO 80128. 303-933-0901
Work: 303·933-0901
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INVESTIGATION:
On 05-03-99 I was assigned Information Control Number DN2154 for follow up investigation. The
Information Control narrative stated that Sarah Jennings was in the cafeteria at the lime this incident occurred
although she is not on the original backpack list. The source of this information was Joey Marcotte.
On 05-04-99 at approximately 1015 hours I met with Sarah Jennings and her father Dennis at their
residence at 7100 West Grant Ranch Blvd. #34. Sarah Jennings said she was not in the cafeteria at the lime this
occurred and that she was in the tech lab.
Sarah Jennings said that she was picked up by Casey Jacobson approximately 0815 hours on 04-20-99
as she and Casey have first and second hour off. She estimated that they arrived at the school at approximately
0920 hours. She said that they parked in the junior lot. space #311 and they went in through the student entrance
of the cafeteria and through the cafeteria. She said they went upstairs to the third hour for history class. She said
that she did not go to her locker at anytime. She said from her history class she went to her fourth and fifth hour
ACE class. which is a two-hour block. She said that usually during the first part of the class they have siient

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lAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
.._PORTING AGENT: GEORGEMCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOlUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE! JEFFCOSHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTRbl NUMBER: ON2154, FBI: 174A-ON57419. JCSO: CR #99-7625

reading, On this particular aay, Sarah'sfifth hour which is the time frame of the "A- lunch, she ana the teacher,
Mr. Tucker and other students(approximately eight students in her class)went to the tech lab where they were
doing computer work.
She said that while they were in the tech lab, she heard, "pop, pop, pop". She saia it sounded like
firecrackers. She said they didn't think muchof it, thinking it might have been a senior prank. A short time later,
whileshe was still in the lab,the fire alarmswent off. Shesaidshewent out the doorsInto the hallwayto seewhat
was going on and they couldsee numerous studentsrunning passed the hall. She also lookedback and sawthat
the fire doors were closed toward the library. She started to run with the other students down the main hallway
to the east and as she arrived in the main office area she could see that the front doors had the glass broken out.
She could see what she believed were bulletholes in the door frames. She said she turned ana ran toward the
band room andthen was evacuated out the northdoorsof the school. Shesaidthat as she was runningshecould
Jr gunshots. She said that another student in her class, Stephanie Munson, had been shot in the foot. She
didn't find this out unW several days after the incident.
Sarah Jennings said thai when they got away from the school they ran to Clement park. She said that
whenthey arrived there was a picnictable by the fence, which shehad to climb over to get over the fence intothe
park. _She said that she was in the park for about 15 minutes when a police officer came up her, She thought il
was a lakewood Police officer and talked to her, asking her where she was in the school When it was going on.
She said that CaseyJacobsonwas with her the entiretime. She thinksthat the first shots that she heard began
approxlmately 1110-1115 hours and after that everyone was screami ng.
Jennings stated that she did not go to her locker however, between third and fourth hours she went out
to the car and dropped off her backpack. At that time she noticed nothing unusual in the parking lot
Sarah Jennings said that she was aware of the "trench coat mafia" and that she has seen people in the
groupalmostdallythroughout theschool, usuallywearing longtrench coats. Shesaidthatlast semestershewould
passERIC HARRIS and DYLAN KlE80LD in the hall, however she had no Idea who they were until the publicity
after the shooting at the SChool.
Jennings said that during her travels throughout the school on that day she did not notice any unusual

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
_PORTING AGt:.NT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER:. 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04·30·99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN2154, FBI: 174A·DN57419, JCSO: CR #99-7625

pacKages, large duffle bags or backpacks that appeared to be unattended.


Sarah Jenningssaid that she onlyleft behindschoolwork that shehadbeenworkingon and that she didn't
leave any backpack or any other material In the school.
Sarah Jenningssaid she was wearing stonejeans, green shirt and she had her hair up In a bun that day.
Jennings could provide no further Information.

AopmONAL WITNESSES:
1. CASEY JACOBSON
Drove Jenningsto school and was with her at they evacuated out of the school.

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CASENUMBER 99-7625
SUPPLEMENT REPORT
REPORTING AGENCY: JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFF1CE
REPORTING OFF1CER: S.K. WYGANT 1001)V
DATE OFTHIS REPORT: 081899
CASE STATUS: OPEN

WITh'ESS INFORMATION
CONTROL NUMBER 4979

Stephan Keys DOB 121781


8338S. Upham Way, Littleton, Colorado
Phone: 303 971 0727
Student: Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION

On 081899, I telephonically interviewed Stephan Keys. Stephan reported that police


before had interviewed him, but he could not remember which agency it was and when it
was. Stephan was at school on the 20 1h of April 1999. He was in the computer lab with
teachers Me. Tucker and Ms. Reed. He was in class when the fire alarm sounded. He
began to see other students running out in a panic, so he ran out 100. It was at this time
be figured something bad was going on. He exited the building by a door neat the Art
room. He was unsure of the exact location of the door. He did not see anything as he left
the school. He was running out with teachers and other students. He ran to Clement Park
and then tried to get to his car to drive home. He was unable to get to his car so he got a
ride home from a person whom he did not know the name.
He did not know Harris or Klebold and did not have prior knowledge of this incident. He
was mot a member of the Trench Coat Mafia and did not know or associate with any of
the members. He was not in the cafeteria on the 20 th• He ate lunch at home that day.
Keys did not see or hear anything relating to the shooting.

DISPOSITION: CASE OPEN

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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

Defendant: Harris(Klebold Docket Number: 997625


Date: May 10, 1999 Case Number: FBI174ADN57419

Deputy !l.A.: Investigator: TerrJ Paczosa

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Investigator Jim Burkhalter of Jeffco DA, interviewed a teacher by


the name of Jana Staloch on April 30,1999. Mrs. Staloch teaches
English as a Second Language class at Columbine HS. Mrs. Staloch
told Burkhalter that she had four students in her class that she was
teaching sentence structure to when one of the students wrote on the
board, "we should blow up the school". Staloch did not give
Burkhalter the name of the individual who wrote this but gave him
the names of all the students in the class. (four students) When I
spoke with her on May 10, 1999 she gave me the name of the student
which was Kentaro Kojima.
Mrs. Staloch feels strongly that what Kojima wrote on the board had
no connection to the incident at eRS and that it was totally
coincidental. She describes Kojima as a good kid but sort of
inappropriate at times. He dresses normally, likes computers and
seems to fit in with the norm but does things that ars just
inappropriate.
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On May 11, 1999, I spoke with Kentaro Koj ima at his residence.
Koj ima said that he knew Harris and Klebold from mutual friends.
The mutual friends are Robert Perry, Chris Morris, Eric JaCkson and
Nicole, last name unknown. He said that these people were not
really friends but people that he might eat lunch with. In order for
him to give me these names, he had to look them up in his year book.
When asked what the kids talked about when they were together,
Koj ima said that he dido t t pay much attention to them as he would
rather play his portable video game. (Final Fantasy Seven) When

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asked why he wrote on the board about bombing the SChool, Koj ima
nervously asked "I did"? He then said that sometimes he has a
violent and wild imagination. When questioned about this statement
he said that sometimes he thinks of space aliens coming down and
blowing up the earth. I asked him if he thought that what he put on
the board was inappropriate. He thought that it probably was but
"kids
say that all the time".

Based on the information Mrs. Staloch provided and my interview with


Kojima, furhter investigation would be unwarranted. The sentence
written on the board was probably meant to be funny.

Kentaro Kojima
9487 W Powers Or.
Littleton, CO. 80128
303-932-2735

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On 6-9-99,Inv. Reker did interview Luke Milne at his
residence with his mother present. Milne states that he was in
the tech lab and at approx. 1 1 : 0 0 1 M ! - commons area for a
coke and at that tiIDe he observed in the commons
area talking to some friends and. ows _ _from the
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INTERVlEW WITH LUCAS MlLN!' lQ·18-99 Jeffco. Sheriff South Substation

On 1O·18-99.1nv. Reker did interview Lucas Milne And Milne stated the following:

That just prior to the s!looting that be had come out of the Tech Lab and saw a male PartY in a
black trench coat .all black clothes.high blackboorsand described as a WIMApprox, 6-3 in heighr.dark
brown bair with no hat and no glasses.

Thls male parry was puttinga clip into a pistol like weaponand Milnethea turned around and
beard a shot but did not see where it went. Milnethen ran towards the woodworking area and exited the
schoolon the north side of the building and ran to ClementPark.

Milnestates that be did not knowHarrisor Kliebold .

Milnecontinuedstatingthat prior to the shooting he bed gone from the Tech _ to the
commonsarea of tilecafeteria to geta Coke andthat he had seen a person he felt to he_ I the
commonsarea.andthen Milne went back to Tech Class and the shootingstartedmomentslater.

Milne wasadvisedby Inv, Reker tha_as at his home during the mooting and Milne was
then showna picture of Dylan Kliebold in the cafeteriaand Milne statedthat this was the person he saw in
the hailway loadingthe weapon and healso remarked that Klieboldand_oo!< alike.

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Joshua Eugene Nielsen j DOB 012382

7153 West Hinsdale Drive

Littleton, Colorado 80123


303-933-9097

Columbine High School I II" grade

INVESTIGATION:

On 05-25-99, at about 9:00 a.m., I interviewed CHS student Joshua Nielsen as follow up on DN365 I. The interview was

onducted at Joshua's home in the presence of his mother, Karen Nielsen,

Joshua told me that on 04-20-99, at about l l: 10 a.rn., he had just finished the first half of his ACE class, the classroom for
which is located on the northeast section of the school's upper level. Joshua described this class as a combination ofcomputer

science and language arts, and that it encompasses both fourth and fifth periods. Joshua said that upon leaving the ACE

classroom, he and fellow classmate Stephan Keys (11") walked directly to the Tech Lab, which is located on the south side of

the main east-west hallway, across from SS-1. Joshua said that he and Stephan intended to work on their computer project
inside the Tech Lab during the second half of their ACE class. Upon entering the Tech Lab at about t I: 12 a.m., Joshua said

that he and Stephan spoke to the teacher (nnidentified) and then began looking up information on computer files.

While still inside the Tech Lab, Joshua said that he heard what sounded like a burst of"machine gun" fire, which he described

as a very rapid series of pops. Joshua said that he didn't give any particular thought to this sound, which he dismissed as a

possible senior prank, and continued working. Joshua said that at about! I:20 a.m., the fire alarm sounded. Atthat time, Joshua

said that he and Stephan exited the Tech Lab's north door, into the main east-west hallway. Joshua said that as soon as he and

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Stephan entered the main hallway, various adults (teachers and administrators) told he and other students in the area to get up
againstthe lockers on the south side of the main hallway. Joshua saidthat he noticed shattered glass on the doors and windows
near the school's main entrance and assorted "debris" on the main lobby floor. Joshua said that he also noticed smoke had
begun to fill the west end of the main east-west hallway. Joshua said that the main hallway quickly filled with numerous
students. and that it was a chaotic scene with kids coming from and running in several directions. Joshua said that after he
entered the main hallway from the Tech Lab, one of the adults stopped the srudentscoming out behind him and told them \0
exit the Tech Lab from the south side, near the science wing. Insteadof lining up against the lockers, Joshua said that he hid
around the comer in a north-southhallway,near the northeastexteriorcomer of the Draftingclassroom,figuring thatthe danger
was coming from the west end of the main hallway. Joshua said that he remained at that location for about one minute.
whereupon he and several other students were told to "get out" of the school.

Joshua said that he and Stephan then ran across the main hallway, to the north-south hallway near the restrooms. from there,
oshua said that he, Stephan and other students ran northwarddown said hallway, then out the doors located near the northeast
comer of the gymnasium. Upon exitingthe school, Joshua said that he and Stephan walked northward, toward ClementPark.
Joshua said that staff members in this area announcedseveral times for the students to "keep moving" northward,toward the
fence along the south side of Clement Park. Joshua said that once he reached the fence, he overturned trash cans ,0 better
enable himselfand other students to gel over the fence and into the park. Joshua then climbed over the fence and continued
northwardto the very north end of Clement Park. There, Joshua said he gave a brief statement to law enforcementauthorities
as to where he was and what he had seen.

Joshua said that upon exiting the school, he did not look back at the school, Joshua said that he did look back a fewtimes, but
did so only to look at students and attempt to locate his friends. Accordingly, Joshua said that he never saw any shooterts), nor
anyone standing on any portion of the school's roof. Joshua said that prior to climbing over the fence, he heard a student
(unidentified) say that "somebody had a gun in the school."
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goings-on,unaware of what had actually occurred at the school. Joshuasaid that once he and others finally realized what had
actually occurred, he became quite serious and concernedabouthis mother, Karen Nielsen, who was working in the school's
kitchen. Joshua said that he borrowed a cell phone from someonein Clement Parkand attempted to page his mother, without
success. Joshua denied crying, as was reported by the student(lead source), but admits that he was very upset about not being
able to locate his mother. Joshua said that he and his motherwere eventually reunited later in the day.

I askedJoshua to tell me why he had been disallowedto returnto school for the remainder of the school year. He said that on
the first day of schoolfollowingthe shootings(05-03-99,at ChatfieldHigh School), all CHS students were requiredto attended
an assembly I orientation. Joshua said that during the assembly, he placed a Tvshirt (Columbine Tvshirts were handed out to
all CHS students) on top of his head while sitting inside the gymnasium. Joshua said that he didn't feel well, and had a
headachefromall the noise inside the gymnasium. In addition, Joshuasaid that his friend,Stephan Keys, was lying on the floor
next to him,eating an apple. Joshua said that Dean Peter Horvath, upon seeing this, told he and Stephan to leave the assembly
~ .r being disrespectful of the school I solemn atmosphere. Joshua said he didn't appreciate Dean Horvath's approach, and

admittedto "going off' on him by using profanity and throwinghis backpack. Joshua said that he was then escorted into Vice
Principal Kevin Land's office, where the decision was made that Joshua was not "emotionally ready" to return to a school
setting. Joshua said that since then, he has been attending home school as coordinated by the school district. The interview
was concluded at about 9:45 a.m,

Leadsheets for student Stephan Keys andkitchen workerKarenNielsen were prepared and submitted by me. Per Rapid Start,
all other names provided were indicated as being previously interviewed, or scheduled to be interviewed,

See attached school map.

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COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASKFORCE
CONTROL NUMBER: 3354
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBl CASE N1JMBER: I 74A·DN·57419
GOWEN POLlCE N1JMBER: 99·1362
REPORT DATE: 05/20199
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson

Background: _
During interviewof 04126/99 dentifiedhis close friend as Matt RIECKS, who he said
was in the school cafeteria at the time of the shooting.

Lead:
Interview Man RlECKS regarding relationship with IIIf, TCM, info on
whereabouts on 04-2Q..99, and any subsequent statements o~regarding the shooting.

Disposition:

SUBJECT: Matthew R. RlECKS


DOB: 07/04181
7622 W. Elmhurst Dr.
Littleton,CO 80123
(303) 973·8425

RlECKS was interviewed in the breakroom at his place of employment, the Target Store located
on W. Bowles Avenueadjacentto Southwest PlazaMall, about 11:45 AM on May 20,1999.
Present during the interview was his mother, Sue RlECKS, Present during portions of the
interview was Daniel RlECKS, his brother,

" - S RlECKS' best friend, and as such he was inherently somewhat defensive of
~ver. I approached the interview from the standpointof gettingat the troth, and I
believeRlECKS was truthfuland credible.

During 41b hour on April 20, 1999RlECKS was in Miss Kelly'S creativewriting class. He said
he thinks she let the class leave a few minutes early, and immediately after class he went to the
tech lab, located in the upper level. He hadjust finished loggingoff the Internetand was going
to go downstairs when he heard whatsounded like someonepoundinga hammer, He described
it as soundinglike someone hammering stage sets next door in the auditorium, He described the
sounds as regularlyspaced.

Then the fire alarm went off. so RIECKS got his things and went out throughthe north door of
the classroom into the connecting hall thatjoins the two main corridors, RlECKS saw people in
the main hall, and saw the inner left-hand door near the main office (which he described as the
frontCommons) as being off its' hinges, He then exited the buildingthroughthe art department;
comingout of the building near the area called the smokers' pit, which he explained is a fenced
area with trash cans near the tennis and basketball courts, After leavingthe building, RlECKS
went to Clement Park; then movedwith others from the school through the park and away from
the school.
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CONTROL 1'o'UMBER: 3354
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: 174A-DN-57419
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER: 99-I362
REPORT DATE: 05120/99
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson

RIECKS told me that _ was in his government econ class during last semester, and
that~as inte~ with computers. He described ~ an avid "gamer"
who, along with other members of the group, including Chris MORR~oe STAIR, played
Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) and Magic. D&D is a roll playing game pla)led with dice. maps
and other paraphernalia - it is not a computer game. Magic is a card game. ~referred
D&D, and was a "dungeon master", or developer and moderator of a game s~·

REICKS stated that MORRIS was in RIECKS' 3rd hour class. He said MORRIS was acting
normally, taking notes, and discussing a class project with RIECKS. The project was for
individuals or two-person teams to create their own business. RIECKS said be was paired with
another individual and that MORRIS was working alone, but they were talking about their
projects in class.

RIECKS mel ~n a history class during the 1997 - 1998 school year, and they worked as
part of the stage crew, ~scenery for the school's production of Frankenstein. He told me
that be frequently sees..-at a local comic book store, where garners meet to play Magic or
Star Wars card games.

described_as being a Buddhist, and a pacifist. I asked how, with such beliefs,
could be actively engaged in role playing games that involved "combat" type situations.
. .unable to explain the apparent contradiction.
e was

RIECKS said"did not get along well with a lot of people, primarily due to his physical
appearance; diat!s, he is very tall, thin and "didn't conform to normal accepted values at
school". RIECKS explained that this made_and "outcaste", and since he (PERRY) felt
that way, he did nor work hard on his studi . left school about the start of February
1999, and has been working the "over night" at a local Safeway, 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM.
RIECKS said he sleeps most of the day.

RIECKS told me that "occasionally shows up at school, "every few weeks or so", usually
drop~t lunchtime, when he would visit with RIECKS. To get to the school, RIECKS
said. . .usually rides the bus, and there is a bus stop 'Just up from the school". The last

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CONTROL NUMBER: 3354


JCSD CASENUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NIJrvIBER: I74A-DN·574 19
GOLDEN POLICE NUMBER: 99·1362
REPORT DATE: 05/20/99
DETECTNES: Jon Watson

time RIECKS saw ~efore the shooting was on the Wednesdayof the week prior to April
20 lil .

During their conversations,RIECKS a n d . e d about such things as getting Star Wars


tickets. RIECKS recalled one time he ga e and some other garners a ride to Southwest
Plaza Mall, where they could catch a bus to ewood for a Star Wars or Magic tournament.

IE KS told me that there was no relationship between Eric HARRIS, Dylan KLEBOLD and
_ and that they "son of disliked him". I asked how he knew that, and he told me that in
ng to KLEBOLD and Brooks BROWN in Englishclass last year, they said~as
"stupid" and described him as "goofy". RIECKS also sat next to BROWN in a ~ writing
class during the first semester of the current school yellr.

I asked RIECKS to tell me about _ H e S a i d . S sort of quiet and v e . . -


intelligent; that_did we~orensics ate teams. He describe
as a "good sou r jo es". RIECKS did not have any classes w i _ x c e p t e
creative writing class noted earlier in this report, and he did not see at morning.

Later,.urin
the evening of A P r i l . d " ,arne to RIECKS' ho.me, to make sure Matt was
okay. as angry because ad been jeopardized in the incident- she was in the
cafete e time the shooting De. was described as being protective o f ' "

REICKS said ~.!!Lnot appear to have any prior knowledge of the incident;nor did
REICKS know~aving any association with explosives.

REICKS told me that the association by the news media of HARRIS and KLEBOLD with the
rCM "pissed me off". He said "I wasn't a memberof the trench coat mafia any more than they
were". He described himself as being friends with some of the members, and being on the fringe
of the group.

RIECKS believes-"'as home asleep when the shooting occurred. He sai~toId


them when he he~as going On he started to go to the school, and was h~wn the
block before his fathercaught up with him and made him come back to their house.

Attention is invited to the report of interview of Daniel RIECKS (MatthewRIECKS' brother) as


documented in Control Number 3316, in which observations of_ehavior at the time is
further reported.
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CONTROL NUMBER: ~
JCSD CASE NUMBER: 99-7625
FBI CASE NUMBER: 174A-DN-57419
GOWEN POLICE NUMBER: 99-1362
REPORT DATE: OS/20199
DETECTIVES: Jon Watson

I asked RIECKS if anyone else at the school mightbe mistaken for_given his distinctive
physical appearance, and RlECKS said there are four mdividnals W=;:;ral
appearance is
similar; particularly theirheight. Those are:

• Robert PERRY
• Dylan KLEBOLD
• Brooks BROWN
• Nate DYKEMAN
RlECKS said he believes the reported sightings o~at the school during the shooting are
actually sightings of KLEBOW; due to theirsimilar physical appearance, and the fact that they
both wore their hats backwards.

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ROBINSON, A

JC·OO1· 005636
GOLDEN POLICE DEPARTMENT
CONSHEET - REPORT NARRATIVE

A-~ORT DATE: 04-28-99 CR#, 99-1362


REPORT ID#, 9908504.AJJ INt, 9908594
CLASSIFICATION' Agengy Assist J.e.s.o. Detectives, 1150/2269

COL1.JMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FOR.CE

Jeffco Case #99-7625


F.B.I. Case #174A-DN-57419
Control Number 3053, Assigned 05-07-99, Kreutzer/Watson.
Lead number 3053 was to interview Andrew Robinson who attends Colum-
bine High School. The lead was developed from Jerry warren a O.A.R.E.
Deputy for the Jef erson County S.O. The lead was Andrew has info~tion
relating to being involved in the shooting. Alsc Brooks Brown
and Dylan K ccess to school keys.
Andrew was interviewed in the parking lot of The Integer Group at
10455 W. 6th Ave. His mother Gerri Robinson was present for the interview.
Andrew was asked to first explain his location in the school when the
incident took place. Andrew stated he was in the Tech. Lab and heard a
rrn<::>om" similar to a sound he had heard a few days prior when the teacher
>pped a computer in the storage rOom. As he approached the rOom to check
on the teacher another "Boom" was heard. Then the fire alarm went off.
Andrew then exited the lab and was int eh area Of the main office area, at
this time the office was intact, shortly he went by again and saw extensive
damage to the office area and the front doors tot he school. Andrew stated
he never saw himself any of the shooters, only heard other students yelling
"Gun". Andrew was checking on a friend Rachel. He was int eh area of the
lab and the teacher pulled them into the room and secured the door. At
approx. 11,40 to 11:45 AM the stUdents in the lab exit via the art wing of
the school and headed towards the smoking area.
Andrew then related how he had connectedllllllllllllllas being apart
of the members of the group which included Ha~old. He was also
stating how he was able to have keys checked out to him for the school to
the auditorium for a production a few months ago. He has heard of other
students who haVe had copies made of the keys. Andrew felt if he could
have the keys checked out to him, then it would be easy for Harris or
Klebold to do the sarne.
Andrew is also aware of a band which Brooks Brown had in which the
graphics on the cover for the recording were of the school being blown up.
He was to make the graphics for them, but declined as the material was not
well suited to the work he prodUces. The band name verses the type of
music they played.
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SHULTZ, K

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JlFV!aSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SupPLEMENTAL RKPOll.T

Defendant: (Columbine shooting) Docket Number: 99A062 (BB)


Dats: 051299 Case Number: 99-7625
Deputy D.A., Investigator: Mike Heylin

+*************~*****.*********.*T***********.*********
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WITNESS:

Kaleb Shultz DOB: 111181


6394 S. Jay Way
Littleton, co 80123
303-730-8090
c/o mother; Linda Shultz ('II) 303-761-7257
father; Lee Shultz ('II) same as home
-CBS student; in tech lab when incident started, ran out door by
east side of gym, no suspect information, no duffle bag information

INVESTIGATION:

On May 12, 1999 at 1045 hours I contacted Kaleb Shultz at his home
for an interview. His parents were present. Kaleb was not on any
lead sheet to be interviewed, but I learned he was in school the day
of the shooting while interviewing his sister, Aleana. Kaleb then
told me the following:

* He is a junior at Columbine High.

* When asked, he does not know nor has he ever seen Eric Ha=is
before.

* When asked, he did know Dylan Klebold by face and name as they
saw each other in the "Ace" classroom as they each had that language

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class as Dyl~~ was in the Senior Ace class, and he was in the Junior
Ace Class.

* When asked, he did not know He has hearCi of the


name, but diCi not know him. He knew from
work.
He works for Auto Zone at Pierce and Coal Mine and said thet
_ would come in to the store from time to time for parts
~ worked for a tire company. He did not know _ _

* When asked about knowinSl any associates of the trench coat


students, he said that he knows a Brian Sargent who "hangs out a
lot" with the trench coat students.

* He did not see any trench coat student or associate in school


the day of the shooting. He did not see any object out of place
tr.at day. When asked specifically, he did not see any duffle bags.

* His 5th hour class was Junior Ace but he spent that class time
with 15 other students in the tech lab. Mr. Tucker was the teacher
in the tech lab.

* While in the class, he heard some "popping" outside in the main


hallway. About 20 to 30 seconds later, the fire alarm went off.
About 10 seoonds after the alarm went off, he went out the doors
from tech lab and looked down the main r..allway. He saw thet the
main east doors were • shot out." Mr. Tucker was telling the
students to stay in the tech lab, however, he and several other
students left the school via the north hallway to the exit by the
east side of the gym, They went to 'smoker's pit" and over a fence
into Clement Park.

* He did not hear anything else because of the alarm going off.

* He saw no suspects.

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WITNESSES:

BRlAN ALLEN VINCENT, DOB/03·21·82


8887 West Plymouth Ave.
Littleton, CO 80128
303·948·1204
Student-Columbine High School

LORl VINCENT
Same as above.
Work: Babies 'R Us
5142 South Wadsworth Blvd.
Littleton. CO 80123
303-932-2229

DENNIS VINCENT
Same as above.

Work: PETCO
Crestline& South Wadsworth Blvd.
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-7057

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INVESTIGATION:

On 07-01-99, at about 1700 hours, 1responded to 8887 WestPlymouth Avenueto contactand interview Brian AllenVincent
who is a student Columbine High School. The reason for this interview was in reference to the shooting that OCCUlTed on 04-20-
99 at Columbine High School.

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Brian Vincentsaid on 04·20·99, he arrived at Columbine High School at approximately 0700 hours. Brian said his first hour
class was Physical Educationwith Mr. Lowry,from 0730 to 0820 hours. Brian said his second hour class was American History
from 0830 to 0920 hours, however, he could not rememberwho the American History teacher in that class was. Brian said his
third hour class was Accounting with Mr. Stoeklein, from 0930 to 1020 hours. Brian said his fourth and fifth hour class is a
combinedclass. He said on 04-20·999. he had a computerprojectto workon, so he had to go to the Tech Lab to do the computer
work. Briansaid while he was in this classroom, he heard what he describedas four bangs that sounded like firecrackers going
off. from an unknown location. Brian said he thought they were a senior prank, so he did not think much about it or become
concerneduntil a few seconds later when the fire alarm in ColumbineHigh School went off. Brian said when he went 10 check
on the tire alarm, he exited the classroom into. hallway to see what was raking place. Brian said Columbine High School
teachers told him and the other studentsto get hack into the classroom. Brian said he then heard additional gunshots. 50 he ran
out of the Tech Lab classroom, down a hallwayand then exited Columbine High School througha northwest door nearthe band
room. Briansaid he then jumped over a fence and ran into Clement Parkto get away from ColumbineHigh School. Brian said
there wereapproximately five people with him whenhe ran. however. the only name he couldprovide to me was Eric Andreano.
Brian said the fence he jumped over was near the tennis courts. Brian Vincentsaid at no time during the incident did he see any
of the shooters, or any other suspects. Brian said Eric Andreano later told him that while they were running away from
Columbine High School. he heard an explosion. Brian did not rememberhearing any explosions.

BrianVincenttold me that during the firstsemesterof 1999.he was in a Physical Education class.and the teacher's name in this
class was Mr. Lowry. Brian said in this class with him was Dylan Klebold, whohad a gym locker next to Brian's. Brian said
that Dylan Klebold wouldwear a trench coat,blackhat, black pantsandblack boots. Briansaid he did not talk to Dylan Klebold
and Dylan Klebold did not talk to him during this class. Brian described Dylan Klebold as being quiet, and said he kept to
himselfor associated other similarly dressed people. Brian said Dylan Klebold had a small number of friends in this Physical
Education class. but he only knew one or these friend's name as "Dan." Brian did not know Dan's last name, nor did he know
any of the other students names that were friends with Dylan Klebold. Brian said although Dylan Klebold was not very
athletically inclined, he said Dylan Klebold would seem to try hard and participate in the sports activities during Physical
Education class.
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Brian told me that he did not observe the "jocks" pick on Dylan Kleboldor harass him. Brian said Dylan Klebold did not pick
on other students or harass them as fur as he could tell. He again said that Dylan Klebold stayed to himself or to his small group
of friends and did not see them bother anybody.

Brian Vincent said told me that prior to the shooting at ColumbineHigh Schoolon 04·2().99, he did not know who Eric Harris
was, nor did he know the names of any other Trench. Coat Mafia students or their associates.

Brian Vincentsaid on 04.20·99, when he ran out ofColumbineHigh School,he left his backpack inside of the Tech Lab This
backpack was describedas a green Jansport with contents inside. Brian said he has since recovered the backpack and contents.
however, he has not been able to recover his Physical Education class clothing fromhis gym locker at Columbine High School.

Brian Vincent said on 04-20·99, when he went from his second hour class to his third hour class. he had to go through the
.afeteria to get to his third hour class. I showed Brian the photographsof the duffle bag and the propane tank that were later
recovered in the Columbine High School cafeteria. Brian said he did not see either of these items in the cafeteria prior to the
Shooting on 04·20·99.

Brian Vincent said he has not heard of any other suspects who may have been involvedin the shooting at ColumbineHighSchool
On 04-20-99, Briansaid be has not heard ofanybody who maybe manufacruring explosive devices and/or possessingor selling
firearms. Brian said he does not know what the "Thought of the Day" was over the Rebel News Network (RNN) on 04-20·99.

I gave Brian Vincent. his brother Robert Vincent, and his mother Lori Vincent my business card and asked them to contact me
in the future if they have any further information that may be pertinentto this case, or ifthey want to talk with a J.S.CO. Victim
Advocate, I advised them I would make the necessary arrangements for them at that time.

PISPQSITION: Case remains open, pending further investigation.


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JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTaICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Defendant. Harris/Klebold Docket 1l'u:lIIb<tr' CIV "HIe>


Date, May 21, 1999 Case N'wIlber' 99A062
Deputy D.A •• Investigator, Gallagher M,

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Witness: Elaine Bowie


DOS 1-19-81
7363 So. Vance St.
Littleton. Co.
303-97B-9261

On May 21, 1999 this investigator conducted a telephone


interview with Elaine Bowie. Ms. Bowie is a senior at Columbine
High School. Ms. Bowie made the following statements.

Ms. Bowie stated on April 20, 1999 during fifth hour she was in
the Administration Office working. She and Jess Dimanna answered
the telephones for the secretaries.

Ms. Bowie stated Jess Dimanna received a telephone call from a


teacher in the teacher's lounge asking for help. The main seoretary
in the offioe identified as Jan Fiedler took the phone and relayed
the information to Susan White, who is the secretary for Mr.
DeAngeles the principal.

Ms. Fiedler told us to hide down under the desks. Mr.


l?etersen, who is a science teacher came into the administration
office and told us to get out of the school.

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followed Mr. Petersen down the hall that leads to the teaoher' s

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parking lot. After reaching the parking lot they ran inco Clement
Park.

MS. Bowie was·· asked if she saw the gunmen. Ms. Bowie stated
she did not see anybody. She did hear gunshots. A student
identified as John Vigel had run into the office trying to tell
people what was going on with the shootings.

Me. Bowie was asked if she knew Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold.
Me. Bowie stated she did not know either Harris or Klebold. When
asked i f she she knew anything about the TCM. MS. Bowie stated she
had seen people dressed in the black trench coats but did not know
who they were or anything about them.

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT S(JPPI.EM'NTAL R'PORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/20/99
nINSI: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
,,"fORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN3261. FBI; 4A·DN57419. JCSQ: <:R #99·7625

SUBJECT: Burnett, Amy deb: 11120170 wlf


491 S. Youngfield Ct. #12·206
Lakewood, CO 80228
303-716-6692

OBSERVATIONIINVESTIGAnON:
On 5118/99, at 1115 hours, I interviewed ColumbineHigh School German Teacher Amy Burnett at Chatfield
High School. Amy stated that she knew Eric Harris since she had had him as a past student, but she did not
know Klebold.

Amy stated she arrived at school on 4/20/99 between0700 and 0710 hours. She parked in the faculty parking
and entered the school through the main entrance. She stated nothing was unusual outside. Amy stated her
first four hours of classroom were taught in the S.E. #4 room in the lower level. She stated she has second hour
off, however she worked in the Foreign Languageoffice for that time.

After fourth hour she went to the faculty lounge and had entered it at least by 1115 hours, She indicated her
path through the cafeteria into the faculty loungeon the attached diagram. She stated she did not see anything
unusual at that time. She did not see a large duffle bag. Once inside the faculty lounge. she went directly to the
copier. She stated she was at the copier when she heard some loud «pops". Mr. Sanders was inside the faculty
lounge and he ran to the window. He yelled for everyone to get down, someone is shooting. She stated she was
with Joyce Jankowski. Judy Greco, and Chris, a Special Ed teacher. Amy stated they started to run to the
window but heard more pops and then got down on the floor. She did not see any of the shooters. She stated
she saw Dan Rohrbough running outside and it looked like he was shot at that time. She stated she was on the
floor for three to four minutes and then finally went into the faculty bathroom with Joyce. She stated Judy and
Chris went out into the cafeteria. She stated another teacher,Sue Caruthers, came into the faculty bathroom as

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: DETECTIVE KARlA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/20/99
"'FENSE: AOA/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
"iFORMADON CONTROL NUMBER: DN3261, FBI: 4A-DN57419. JCSO: CR #99-7625

well as some other students, Sean Nossanan, Nick Foss,Tim Castle, and cafeteriaworker Karen. She staledthey
beard explosions and gunfire. She stated some of theexplosions shook the walls ofthe bathroom. Sbe stated
they bad the lights off and locked the door. She stated that she heard approximately 15 minutes of rapid gunfire
and explosions. She stated it then stopped for about five minutes. Then they heard another enormous
explosion.

After being in the bathroom for about 20 minutes, she staled she smelledgas. She stated it was a clean smell
and not heavy and not irritating, but somethinglike gas. She heard shots being fired, possibly into the kitchen,
since she heard the "ping" sound when it hit metal. She heard at leasttwo voices outside. When the noise died
down, she stated they talked about how to get out of the school. She statedthey hoisted Tim up to the ceiling
and he started to crawl through. He never came back to the bathroom. Joyce and Nick went up into the ceiling
: then started to travel a different way and fell throughthe ceiling and into the faculty lounge. Amy stated that
Tim had told her that he had seen Dylan from the ceiling(unknown whereDylan was). She stated they had
pulled the telephone from the lounge into the bathroom and tried to call911, however that call did not go
through.

Amy stated that she heard the fire alarm go off almost immediately as she went into the bathroom. She stated
she remembers hearing the 11 :45 bell ring and then the two bells at 12:05 and 12:10 as well. She statedthat the
strobe light from the fire alarm was going off in the bathroom. She stated Karen left the bathroom brieflyand
lookedout the window from the faculty lounge. Karen came back and told everyonethat she saw Police
surrounding the school.

Amy stated they decided to leave and went out to the faculty lounge. The window in the faculty loungehad not
been brokenout yet. She stated she left out the west door of the cafeteriaand were directed by the police as to
where to go.

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT, DETECTIVE KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER, 99-38856
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: OS/20/99
"FENSE: AOA/COLUMSINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE/JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
,dFORMATlON CONTROL NUMBER: DN3261 , FBI: 4A-DN57419. JesO: CR #99-7625

Amy stated she did not leave anythingpersonal in the faculty lounge. She staled she was wearinga beigecalf-
lengthdress with a long beige jacket.

Amy stated that she had a parent/teacher conference duringthe 97/98 school year with Eric Harris' parents. At
that time they to ld her that Eric was on probation. She had heard that Eric Harris was into computers and at one
time had hacked into the school's computers. She stated thatshe suspected that this incidenthad something to
do with the incident that occurred at the schoolthe weekbefore, with the locks being super-glued.

Amy stated that she is Robin Anderson's teacher as well. She stated Robin is on independent study for her
German class. She stared she had askedRobin to stay for the German class during the fourth hour, Robindoes
not usually attend this class, and is not required to.

Amy stated that a few days after the shooting she sawRobinAnderson and Monicaat an area restaurant. She
stated Robinwas very quiet. She stated that Monica mentioned that they had seen Amy come out ofthe SChool
and were relievedto know that she was okay. Monica told her that she and Robin were in a car in the parking
lot at that time.

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120FLOWERSTREET
LAKEWOOD. CO
(303)238·5842
WORK. COLUMBINE H.S.
COUNSELOR

INVESTIGAnON
On 6·29·99, at approximately 1415 hours, I contacted witness Butts at his residence. per information control #4687. I informed

witness Butts that 1 was contacting staff and faculty members of Columbine H.S. to obtain any relevant information they may

'we to the shootingat Columbine H.S. Witness Buns provided me withthe following information.

Witness Butts told me that at approximately 1110hOUTS. on 4·20·99. he was in the counseling center near the main office:
specifically in his counseling office. He advised me shortly after that time the secretary namedTammy Rumor came running
by and told everybody to gel down, Not knowing exactly whatwas happening, witness Buttssaid aboutone minutelater the fire
alarm sounded and he went into the main hallway adjacent to his office and saw kids moving towards the back entrance. near

the northwing;specifically towardsthe tenniscourts, Witness Butts toldme had held the doubledoor open until a groupof kids
exited, and then began to movealong theside of the building on the north side, At about this time he heard what he thought were
either two shotgun blasts. or possiblya bomb. although he was unclear as to what a bomb may have soundedlike, He said that
these soundscame from what h. thought was the libraryarea. He advised that he and the group of students continued to walk
towards the curb and saw a police car go up the hill towardsthe baseball fieldand was told by additional staff members to move
farther away from the building towards the smokerspit. He said he went towards the north side of the park and helped other
teachers over the chain link fence in that area, Witness Buns stated he did not see any gunmen. and that he stayed in the north

area of Clement Park for approximately Yo hour and observed various police agencies arrive in the area. He said he observed
SWAT teamsstartingto get organized, and also observed what he believed to be parents of students starting to show up in the
'rea. Afteroverhearingconversations that students were meeting their parentsat Leawood Elementary he went to that location

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to see if be could assist. He stated nothing was going on in that area at that time, and be went back to Clement Park and helped
get snrdents onto several RID buses that had arrivedin the area to escort students to Leawood Elementary. He said at that time
after arranging tor a couple of buses to be loaded with students h. went backto LeawoodElementary and stayed there several
minutes, seeingeverythingat that locationwas organized, and thenwent back to Clement Park. H. advised this wasabout [530
or 1600 hours, and realizing most students were escorted out of the building and that other teacherswere leaving the area, he and
other staff members went over the HOP'S resretcarrt, located approximately Wadsworth and Bowles, where at that timehe made
phonecalls to arrangeto have a ride home. Witness BUllS said be did not observe any other relevant details to this incident. and
could provide no further information.

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554l South Miller Street
Littleton, Colorado
(303) 972-4233
Occupation: Counselor/Columbine High School

INVESTIGATION:

On Wednesday, 7.14-99, at approximately 0920hours. I contacted witness Collins by telephone at his residence. Witness Collins
is a counselor for Columbine High School and was present during the shooting incident On 4-20-99. I asked himto provide me
,ypertinent information as to whathe may haveseen or heard during that particular time. Witness Collins saysthatduring 5th
hour he was in the counseloroffice whena person by the name of Tammy Rumor came into that particulararea and screamed
someone was shootingin the building. He said tJ"u he was relanvely uncertain as to what was going on and initially did not
believe her He said that be had gone into the hallway off of the counseling officearea when he beard the fire alarm sound. He
said that be proceeded to the mainoffice hallway and saw students who were running in all directions and appeared scared. He
said that still believingit was a fire alarm drill, be began to directstudents out of the building,specifically through the north
doorway adjacent to the Horne Eo and Life Arts rooms. Healso told me that he had observed the main door areas on the east
side windows thatwere shattered and had observed a baseball inthe hallway He thought that the balimay haveshanered these
particular windows and at thispointstillthought it wasa fire alarm drill. He saidhe hadcleared these particular hails of students
and then exitedthe north door himself. He said he had alsocontacted another counselor. Ken Holden, who went Out the main
entrance. Upon exitingthe building. he saw Principal Frank Deangeles and another faculty member. Jill Marshall He said he
began talking to them. WhenMr. Deangeles advised therewere in fact shooters in the building and that he had sawtbem It was
at this pointthat witness Collins said that he now hada more complete ideaas to whatlbe situation wasabout. He saidthatthey
began discussing what to do and they startedto get students away from the buildingtowards the smokers pit area on the north
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themstandingthere. He directedthem to get away from the building, as there may be • shooteron their roof and it was unclear
as to what type of weapon this personmay have. He said that theywere in danger being wherethey were, and told them to go
intoClementParle Witness Collins saidbe climbedthe fence andproceeded towards the ClementParkarea.When asked,witness
Collins said that he did not see anybody personally carryingor using firearms and saidthat be had probablyheardgunshots, but
thought that they were firecrackers at the time. Witness Collins proceeded to continuenorth through Clement Park towards
Bowles and indicated that he hadstayedthere.assisting victims and students who werebeingdebriefed untilapproximately 1600
to 1700hours, WitnessCollinssaid that he eventually walkedto the Columbine Public Librarywitha group of teachers and then

to the Hops Restaurantadjacentto the libraryand arranged for transportarion home from that point. WitnessCollins said that
he had no prior knowledge of the "Trench Coat Mafia" and as a counselorhad no contact with Dylan Klebold or Eric Harris
during their tenure at the scnoot. Witness Collins could not provideany additional information.

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Interview' Erin Coxey OOB/041881


Address. 9696 W Ida Place, UttIet(lll, CO 80123
Home phone 303·979-5089
Senior at Columbine Hillh 5<:bool

ErinCoxey was interviewed on 05·27·99 by Inv fill Reuteler (7394), Colorado State Patrol at apprnx,
9'IOpm by telephone at Iter residence.

Erin said sbe arrived at scbool at 7 30atn on 04-20-99 She said slle drove Iterf!P.Y Nlssan Sentra four door
and parked in the Senior lot in space 28 She said sbe was • Student ABsdtant in the Post Graduale Center
by the Main ofIke. Erin said that Flflil Hour was S A. (Student Asoistant) and Secood Hour &II. bad
Language. She said she bad Third and Fourth Hour fteo bec&.tse of the marketing i>aIlquct and .hat slleleti
Columbine

Erin said that she returnedhotween 11 10 and 11 l Sam, parking in Iter porlcing space. She stated .hat she
went upstairs.o the Post GraduateCenter She said that &lIe l\adn't been in the Center for verylong when
two girl. ran in the corner exit (by the Foods room) and said something like. 'What the bell i. that?' Sh.
said that shebear gun shots, that sounded reeIly fast Iik••cmecee banging bard and fast on something. I
asked her if she thought it was automatic fir. and she said yes

Erin said that she hoerd the firealarmgo of!'and she started to toward the maindoers, and 'he heardthe
doors get shOl out and the sound ofbreaking glass She said that the student, bad started to exit their
classes and were linedup against the wall s of the corridor Erin said that one male student bad started to run
lhroullh tbe glass, and anolhet t1:nW. student shouted, 'no, don't do it' llllllll:ling not to run through an.he
broken glass. Erintold me that she didn't know who these students were.

E.';n said tllat she let\ through the exit by the Foods room and outside through th. exit by the Post Graduate
Center She said she leftlb. school and went to ClementPark and thatmany of the students exiled the ......
.0
way She said when she got Clemen. Park she called her mom to com. and get her

I asked Erin wbat time she thought the shooting began and shesaid thal she thought it was about II 25am
Erin said that she remembers looking at the clock and wishingi. was lunch time She said .Ila.
others bad
told her it surred around 11 200m, however she thought it was close, to II 25 or 11 300m. She said that
shegot to leave the Post GraduateCenter at 11 45am for lundt

Erin said thet her sister is a Sophomore, Megan Coxey Erin stated .hat she thought that an investigato. bad
abcady spoken to Megan and that Megan got out the doors by the Math Room almost immediately Erin
said that she has a coat in her Iccser

I asked Erin if 'he recalled anything tIIlllsuaJ aboUt that day or if she had beard anything since she bad been
hack to Cbatlldd and site said that sbe bad not The lmerview was concluded

Report Prepared by Inv flU Reuteler#7394 , h''''-;::/'?'- ....-/."1


May2i.1999 r'A,al5"~
ColoradoState Patrol (7'"
Investigative Services Section
700 Kipling Street. Denver,CO g0215

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CUlllllNGIIAM. JOE

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SUl'PLEMENT X JCSO ESTER 99-762S-Z
COMecting Cue Repon No Victim Name Original RelXJn Dare ThisRef10rt

- MlUon X !'IRST DEGREE MURDER


COLUMBINE
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ADDITIONAL WITNESS:
CUNNINGHAM. JOE. DOBI06-l4-43
6363 Deframe Way
Arvada. CO
(303) 422·5207
Work. Retired Counselor-Columbine High School

L"lVESTlGATION:

On Thursday, 07-1S·I)9, at approximately 1406hours, I contacted witnessCunningham by telephone at his residence. Witness
Cunningham said that he had retired at the end of me schoolyear this year and was no longer employed by Columbine High
School. He said while he was at school. he was a counselor. Witness Cunningham said he was present during the shootingat
Columbine High School and providedme with the following' information. He said that earlierthat morning On 04·20·99, he as
well as other administrative people had been to a breakfast with business students and they had returned tc Columbine High
Schoolat approximately i 015hours. He said that be was in the counseling officearea whenhe heard some commotion coming
from the mainoffice which is adjacentto his office. He said he went to that area whereseveral students were saying something
to the effectof, "there's people shooting." Shortlyafter that time, he said the fire alarms began to sound and after 30 years in
publiceducation. he said he thoughtir was a random fire drillexercise. He said that he exitedthrough the Art room hallway via
the north doors.checking those particularrooms for an)" students or teachers to make sure everyone was being evacuated. He
said that he began walking toward the smokerspit area off campus and saw police cars and other students running away from
the building. He said that he had climbedover the chainlinkfenceand beganto proceedintoClement Park andeventually ended
up at the northeast comer of Clement Park at Pierce and Bowles. He said that while he was there, he just basically talked to
students in a support role, but did not have anything significant to say other thanjust he casually talked to people and observed
the activities going on at the school. He saidhe stayed there untilapproximately 1800 hours, when he and other staff members
elected to go to the Hops Restauranton West BowlesAvenueand make arrangements for rides home. He said his wife picked
'urn up shortly after that time at that location. Witness Cunningham said that he did not see any people using or holding guns

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SlJPPLEMENT J( JCSO ESTER 99-76Z5-Z
CoM=cting c:ase Report No. ViCtim NameOrigiftti Report Dt'" This Report
COLUMBINE 07-15-99
- eeaeo X FIRSTDEGREE MURDER 0f'Am:w SWUt: Opm X ~"l'IJUyCl('1f1'ld c RecOmtflend C<IS¢:: Review a
Reelwitkation o Clillftd by Afmt a Unfounded a Closure c
'Iil:i' I <»wmly I.""" N••" I De$criptiM
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while this incident was cccurring. He said be did not hear any gunshots or explosions but said that he had a slight hearing
problem and that might have been a result for not hearing thosesounds. He said he had no prior information and hadneverof
the phrase Trench Coat Mafia prior to this incidentand had had 00 contact with Eric Harris or Dylan Kleboldat the school.
WitnessCunningham did not provide any additionalinformation.

DIsposmON: Open, pending further investigation.

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Officer Slgnamr¢ Unit Number $upuvnor Initial.. and Ol'l€e Assigned To ?tlge !
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DE ANGELIS, FRANK

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PROGRESS REPORT
CMS lNClDfu,<"ICOmROL #2991
REPORT BY JACKLYN GEE (ACSO)

On 051799, this Invesugetor responded to Chatfield High Scaool to meet.with the principal of CHS,
identified as:

DeAngelis. Frllllk
DOB: 101554
9815 S. Spring Hill St
Highlands Ranc~, CO 80126
P.I 303470-3583

Also present during the interview was Investigator Russ Boatright, witb Arvada Police Department

On 05(1499. this Investigator had received information that. group of boys baddetonatedan unidentified
explosive in • field or> 041199 (see Control # 2333). On 043099, this Investigator hadalso received
information that. groupof boys fitting '11e samedescription wereoverheard talldngat CHS on 041999
atioutdetonating something on 042099 (see Control #1943). TIris Investigator was also advised thee during
the latterincident, Mr. DeAngelis had asked the samegroup of boys to quiet downdue to their rowdy
behavior.

'lhis Invesrigarcr questioned Mr. DeAngelis about theaforementioned incident that had occurred on
041999 Mr. DeAngelis advisedtile following:

That be had been corsacted by Barb l.arsen,wbohoned interviewedfor a teaching position 00


041999, in regards to the aforementioned sometime last week.

That Larsen advised him tbat shesaw 5 tall kids thatday wearingdusters sed talldngabout
detonaring something and as 'be walked by tnem1l1ey said, "shhhah'', the. exitedthe buikfuJg,
waooping sed bolloriog.

That Larsenalso described one person in the group as havingwhite bair sed blackeyebrows.

That be doe' not recall askinganyone to be quietprior '0 his interview with Larsen, sed further
advised that he would have recalled that if they were being as rowdy as described byLarsen.

TI1e, be staledthat be does not believe that be is "blanking" anythingout and feelsthat if it
occurred, he would have remembered it

That he recalls stepping outof hisoffice to meet 'Larsen, who was sitting in the office area waiting
for herinterview, then after greeting her. theywent into his office where be interviewed her

That be does not recall any kids at CHS thatfir the description of the subject described by Larsen.

Arthat point, Me DeAngelis advised 'bat his secretary, identified as:

White, Susan
DOB: 031351

Mayrecoil the incident and requested thatshe stepinto his office. White advised that she did not recall
seeing Larsenand alsodid not recoil any incident where Mr. DeAngelis bad steppedout of his office to
quietstudents that day White also Slated the, she mayhaveleft ar 1515 that day. prior to Larsen', arrival.

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Mr. DeAngelis statedtlJat on the advice of his attorney, be was not free to discuss specificdisciplinary
matters involving any studentsof CHS. However, Mr. DeAngelis shared the following infommnon on
students at CHS that were associated witbHarris and Klebold, which is as follows;

That be did not knowHarris or K1el>old personally, although recognized themat sight.

That be bad a lot of contact with Chris Morris. which may be of interest to this Investigator

That be also bad a lot of cceesct with Eric DUlrO, wtneb may also be of interestto this Investigator.

That be wasalso familiar with Joe Stair, whoassociated with Moms and Dutro last year.

That beknewBrooksBrown verywellas bedealtwilb hima lot concerning a play that Brown
was trying to get produced and further advised <bat Brown referred to him as "Mr. D" and
described their relationship as good,,tating that he wasshocked by Brown's comments to tbe
media.

That be further advised lbatthe Brown family badnevertalked to himabout any threats made
againstBrooks Brown.

That be was not awareif Brown ..sociatad with Harris or K1ebold although related!.bat in the Fall
of 1998, Brown broUght a sUbjeet into his office regarding lightingISSueS for his play !.bat may
havebeen Harris or Klebcld (whicb be based 00 assemptiondue to bis knowledge <bat lbeydid
lighting).

That be knewBrian Sargentby faceonly, and bad no othercontact with him.

That be did not know Nate DYkeman or Robyn Anderson at all.

That prior to lbis iacidem, be did not know Alejandra Marsh, although recently had the
opportunity to meet her Slating that she is veryvocal, blasting the admimstradon, and a "real bitter
girl".

That be basknownzack Heckler for <be pa8t4years and described bim as a computer genius,
stating that there may be rome informa.tion of interest to this Investigator, relating to Heckler,

That be did notpersonally know RobertPerry, allbougil some people at schoolwere upset with
Perry because be badassociated wilbHarris and Klebold,

That last school year, berecalled tharMorris, Stair. and Dutro wore<be blacktrench coats and
black attire. although does not recall seeing the blacktrench coats being worn by srudents lbis
school year,

That basedon prior bebavior, he felt t b a t - " ' u l d be capableof somezhiag like this,
altbough had no knowledge !.bat theyas~. and Klebold.

That Dutro dropped Out of school last yearand he hasn't seen bim since, addingtbat be would not
be allowed on campus.

That Stairgraduated las' year.although he SIlW himlast weekwhenStaircame to the schoolto


pick up his sister. Amanda.

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ThaI Mr. DeAnll"tis Slated that bebad no lawwledll" of the "poem and video"whichhavebeen
addressed by the media.

That he has been with the sehooldislriCl since 1979. which includedteachingsocial studies,
coaching. dean of students. and f<>r the lasl3 yean he bas acted as principal.

That in regards to the '~oclo;" taunting auyooe. be related that he heard rumor thai last year. Dutro
and Stair used 10provoke the "jocks" by dancing in from of them.grabbing each others hettslgroin
area, and kisseach othet.

That he suggested that this Iavesttgator speak to the Dean of StudenlS. Pete Horvath, whomay
have more informarion on the st1lde1ll5 in queStion.

That Mr. DeAngelis expressed a desire 10 cooperate withthis investigation.

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CONNECTED TO JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT CASE #99-7625

On 05/17/99 D~tective Boatright {IO) was requested to assist


Investigator Jackie Gee with the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
regarding ON#2991 req~esting they contact and interview Columbine
H.gh School Principal Frank DeAngelis IDOB, 10/15/54). In brief,
IO was requested to assist Investigator Gee with the interview of
Fran~ DeAngelis in terms of detailing his activities on 04/20/99,
Investigator Gee also wanted to pursue issues regarding the
forenamed's knowledge of any associates co Eric Harris and Dylan
Klebold. It was agreed IO would be responsible for reporting
information related to Frank DeAngelis' activities on 04/20/99
while Investigator Gee would document the information related to
the suspect associates.
On 05(17/99 at approx~mately 1400 hours, 10, along with
Investigator Gee, responded to Chatfield High School located at
7227 South Simms Street, Littleton, Colorado. Upon arrival at that
location, IO along with Investigator Gee met with columbine High
School Principal Frank DeAngelis. Frank DeAngelis listed his work
address as Columblne High School, 6201 South ~ierce Street,
Littleton, Colorado, phohe 962~4400, while his home address is
identified as ge~S South Springhill Street, Kighlands Ranch,
Colorado, a0126. Frank DeAngelis was briefed as to the nature of
question~ he waS going to be asked and subsequently agreed to
prOVide full cooperation.
10 began the interview by asking Frank DeAngelis to provide an
account of his day on 04/20/99. Frank DeAngelis stated on the date
in question, he actually left his residence en route for the "DECCA
breakfast" which was being held at the "Wilshire Inn ll locaeed near
llHampcien and Colorado Bouleyard. ll Frank DeAngelis explained the
aforementioned breakfast was a $chedulea event and many students as
well as faculty attended Frank Dekigelis described the
aforementioned event as something comparable to a banquet for those
individuals who participated in the DECCA program. IO verified
with Frank DeAngelis he did not respond to Columbine gigh School
priQr to going to the DECCA b~eakfa5t.
Frank DeAngelis seated he believed he had left the DECCA
breakfast sometime around 1030 hour that morning- Frank DeAngelis
seated he drove straight from the WilShire Inn to columbine High
School. Frank DeAngelis stated he then parked h~s vehicle on the
north/west side of the school near the band room entrance.
According to Frank DeAngelis, the aforementioned location was where
he normally parked when arriving at school,
F~ank Oe~~gelis stated upon arrival at school, he then
responded to his office where he had planned on meeting with Arthur
Leyba (known by the name of Kiki) , who is presently employed in the
Er.glish Department at Columbine High school. Frank DeAngelis

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explained llKiki u was on a one year contract and it was his
intention to offer the forenamed a full time position at Columbine
High School. Frank DeAngelis then eluded to the fact on the
previous day {Monday ~ 4!19/99}, he ha.d met with "Kiki n and another
applicant idencified as Barb Larson, who both were applying for the
English position which had come open at Columbine High School,
Frank DeAngelis verified after ~nte~/iewin9 both the forenamed
candidates, he chase uKiki H to fill the open English position.
Inve$tigator Gee did verify with Frank OeAngelis Arthur Leyba was
interviewed at Columbine High School sometime arow~d 1430 hours on
Monday followed by Barb Larson's interview at 1515 hours. See
Investigator Gee's report for details related to this situation
involving Barb Larson.
Continuing with Frank DeAngelis' account of 04/20/99, the
forenamed related after he arrived at his office, he bel~eved he
engaged in some miscellaneous activity which he wag unable to
specifiaally recall. Prank DeAngelis did s~ate he knew he wanted
to meet with "Kiki II as soon as possible and lSubsequem:.ly left his
office and walked to the English area of the school located off the
south hall. Frank DeAngelis stated he was unable to Lcce t e "Kiki ll
near or around the English Depar~men~ and recalled then looking for
the forenamed at various other locations at the school, Frank
DeAngelis explained he was unsuccessful in initially locating
IfKiki II and subsequently returned to his office. Frank. DeJmgelis
did state he had left word with various individuals he was looking
for n Kiki tl and if seen, the forenamed was to report to his office,
Frank DeAngelis recalled "Kiki" arriving at his office acmez.Lme
"near the end. of fourth hour." Frank DeAngelis further speculated
Arthur Leyba arrived at his office sometime around 1110 hours that
date.
Frank DeAngelis next explained this date was somewhat unusual
due to tue fact he had tended the DECCA breakfast and he was
attempting to meet with Arthur Leyba. Frank DeAngelis added if
this had Qeen a normal day, his routine would have been to go to
the library no later than ll15 hours. Frank DeAngelis explained due
to the meeting he began with Arthur Leyba sometime around 1110
hours, he knew he was not going to get dO'~ to the commons area
prior to the start of A lunch/5th period, Frank DeAngelis
speculated he met with Archur Leyba for approximately ten minutes,
during which time he offered the forenamed the English position,
According to Frank DeAngelis, Arthur Leyba ac~epted the job offer.
IO confirmed with Frank DeAngelis other than the activity noted
above, he did nOt reeall any other unusual occurrences that date.
Frank DeAngelis reiterated he believed he had met with Arthur
Leyba for approximately ten minutes, after which he then left his
office en route to the commons area. Frank DeAngelis speculated he
left his office sometime around 1120 hours that date. Frank
DeAngelis told IO he recalled almost immediately upon leaving the
front office area, he Ilknew something was strange. 'I When a sxed to

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elaborate, Frank DaAngelis told 10 he did not recall seeing anyone
at the "phone banks in the north hall
ll
Frank DeAngelis told IO
that normally this was a parti~larly busy area especially during
the start of A lunch. Frank DeAngelis reiterated the situation was
"strange l l in thOle the phone bank in the ncz-c h hallway area near the
entrance was not active with students. According to Frank
DeAngelis! he did not recall seeing any students located in the
north hall area after exitirt9 the main office,
Frank Dek~gelis told IO moments after exiting the office and
proceeding west down the north hall, he heard Susan White
(secretary to DeAngelis) exit the office and yell down to him,
11There , a gunfire in the cafeteria," Frank DeAngelis stated he knew
Susan White was serious but also recalled thinking, "This couldn't
be happening, ,j Frank DeAngelis told IO his initial reaction was to
tell Susan White to return to the offlce and neall 911. H According
to Frank DeAngelis, Susan White immediately complied with hie
request.
When asked where he was located at the point Susan White
advised him of the ahooting Frank DeAngelis stated he was
1

somewhere near the "trophy ca.aevwhd.ch is located a short distance


west of the entrance to the school/main office area. Frank
DeAngelis explained he was in the p~ocess of proceeding westbound
down the main hall (north hall) which required him to pass the
t~ophy case. Frank DeAngelis clarified the trophy case was located
east of the phone banks he had previously mentioned,
Frank DeAngelis went on to state after being provided with the
information per Susan White, he began walking more briskly en route
to the ccmmons area in order to assess the situation. Frank
DeAngelis stated based on his recollection, as soon as he turned
back around (after contact with Susan White) and proceeded
westbound, he saw a figure of an individual down towards the far
west end of the north hall. Frank ne.~gelis stated the ~ndividual
was near the west exit/entrance outside, When asked if he could
identify that individual, Frank DeAngelis responded in che
negative. Frank DeAngelis stated he could not even state for
certain the individual was a male but did believe the person was
Ilt;.all and slender,
II possibly wearing a Ilwhite cap (referring to a
ball cap) turned backwards-,ll Frank tieAngelis also thought that
individual was wearing a white t-shirt with a black vest, Frank
DeAngelis reiterated he could not see the individual well enough to
confirm the person's sex or identity.
Frank DeAngelis went on to state almost as soon as he had made
the above observation, he then began to hear a "pop" sound.
According to Frank DeAngelis, the "POP" sound was not any type of
"rapid t ace" and may have only bee.n a single ahct; . 10 confirmed
wlth Frank DeAngelis that he believed the "pOpH sound was gunfire.
Frank DeAngelis stated it was his speculation the individual he
could see ac the far west entrance was the individual firing the

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weapon. Frank DeAngelis stated he could not descrihe the weapon


being fired but believed the individual was holding it with two
hands at the time. Frank DeAngelis did state it appeared to him
as though when the weapon was initially fired, the suspect had
pointed the muzzle of the gun up in the air. however, the next
shots were fired at the exterior west doors which then entered into
the 'tvestibule. 11 IC clarified with Frank DeAngelis he was
describing the two sets of doors which lead out fram the west
entrance/exit. IO further clarified with Frank DeAngelis when he
initially observed the individual described above, tha~ person was
standing outside the school at the west entrance, 10 subsequently
provided Frank DeAngelis with a diagram of the upper and lower
levels of Columbine High School. IO subsequently asked Frank
DeAngelis to diagram his movements related to this incident. 10
also requested trank DeAngelis identify the location where he
initially saw the suspect described above. IO would note Frank
DeAngelis again indicated the suspect was outside the west
entrance/exit of the school at the time he was initially observed.
For purposes of clarification, the west entrance/exit leads into
the north hallway.

Frank DeAngelis reported around the time he observed the


suspect shoot up into the air and then into the building ias noted
above), he began to hear female voices. Frank OeAngelis stated
specifically he began t c hear llgirls giggling." Frank DeAngelis
identified the location of t.he females as being in the hall leading
into the gym which was northwest of his location, Frank DeAngelis
told IO based on the fact the female seudents were laughin91 he
concluded they had no idea there was semeone at the school with a
gun, Frank DeAngelis stated he was very concerned that the females
may possibly walk out into the north hall and be in the direct line
of fire of the suspece who haa just fired inco t.he school, Frank
DeAngeli. stated he then moved quickly further north in the hall
and Chen right ddwn an adjacent hallway which led to the gym area.
Frank DeAngelis pointed out as he moved in the manner indicated, he
was ~ery concerned the suspect may possibly identify him as the
principal and then give chase, ?ra~~ DeAngelis stated at the time
he had no idea who the suspect was or why he was shoocing at the
school but felt being the principal, he was a potential target.

Frank DeAngelis continued with his explanation by stating


after proceeding down ehe hall to the gym area, he then located
approximately lS to 20 female students coming out of the girls
locker room. Frank DeAngelis stated he immediately told the
students there was gunfire in the school and directed them inco the
gym, Frank DeAngelis stated the gym door was locked requiring he
use a key to gain entry Frank OeAngelis stated he has
approximately 20 keys on his key ring and llatnazingly" selected the
appropriate key on his first try Frank DeAngelis clarified he
Chen escorted the female students into the gym area, after which
they were directed over to the weSt side storage area. Frank
DeAngelis s~ated he believed the storage area would be a safe place

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for the students to take cover due to the fact the doors were metal
and they locked. Frank DeAngelis subaeq~ently had the girls enter
the storage area, after which he locked the door behind them,
Frank DeAngelis stated prior to leaving the girls he then told them
not to open the door for any reason unless they were provided with
a specific code word. Frank DeAngelis stated at the present time
he could not recall the code word but believed it was II orange
something. II

Frank DeAngelis $cated after securing the female students in


the storage room, he then proceeded out the nor~h gym door which
led outside the school. Frank beAngelis stated after exiting the
~jrn, he then observed a large number of scuqents exiting the school
via an entrance/exit located to the east of the gym. !O would note
the aforementioned entrance/exit is located near the post graduate
center/counseling offices.
Frank DeAngeli. told IO as the group of students exited che
school, they then proceeded north cowards Clement Park. F~ank
DeAngelis stated at the time he began to notice the students, he
also no~iced several faculty members whom he identified as Mr.
Marshall, Mr. Place, Mr. McCAlly and Ms. Baumgardner. Frank
DeAngelis stated as he moVed towards the aforementioned faculty
members (easterly direction), he advised the forenamed he had
secured numerous female students in the gym storage area, Frank
DeAngelis told IO he was unable to obtain much if any additional
informacion from the faculty or students who were fleeing the
school, other than to corroborate the fact there appeared to be
someone on the premises firing a weapon. Frank DeAngelis related
as he realized it would be much safer for students if they were
able to flee the school into the park, he then decided to go back
into the gym and recontact the girls who were lcck~d in the storage
area.
Frank DeAngelis confirmed he then reentered the school via the
north gym door and subsequently unloc~ed the metal storage doors
and directed approximately 15 to 20 female studencs in the
direction of clement ~ark, Frank De.~gelis s~ated he remained with
the aforementioned students and continued on into Clement Park.
when asked if he was able to make any additional observations prior
to fleeing the school, Frank DeAngelis seated it was around that
time frame (when he reentered the gyml that he believed he had seen
the fire alarm strobe lights flashing. Frank DeAngelis did not
comment in terms of hearing any sounds associated with the fire
alarm lights. 10 subsequently clarified with Frank DeAngelis he
along with the female students and additional faculty members
(previously named) all proceeded north into Clement Park where they
remained until the police arr~ved.
Frank DeAngelis estimated approximately ten minutes had passed
from the time he originally exited his office to the point he saw
the first police car arrive on scene. Frank DeAngelis described

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Type ASSTOA Status RTF
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the Jefferson County ~~it coming into the area from Pierce Street
and then traveling west along the north side of the school. Frank
DeAngelis identified the police unit as being a Jefferson County
Sheriff's deputy's vehicle which was beige in color, however, was
unmarked. Frank DeAngelis stated the aforementioned vehicle
subsequently drove over toward the soccer and football fields and
ended up near a shed area located on the west side of the school.
Frank DeAngelis stated moments later he observed a marked Jefferson
county S.O. vehicle arrive on scene which also drove Over to the
area near the ahed on the west side of the school. Frank OeAngeli~
atated both vehicles stopped at that point and he believed either
one or both of ~he sheriff's deputlei who had just arrived on scene
ran towards the shed and drew their weapons. Frank DeAngelis
seated by this paine. he did not see any additional students or
staff leaving the ~~ilding ~~d making their way towards Clement
parle

Frank OeAngelis then described he along with other faculty and


students then bagan to move near a fence which was located at
Clement Park near the smoking area. Frank DeAngelis seated
ever/one then climbed the fence and proceeded further into Clemant
Park. Frank DeAngelis pointed out he was the last one to climb the
fence insuring that no students or faculty were left behind.
Frank DeAngelis related soon thereafter he was able to make
contact with a park employee and subsequently used that person's
cell phone to call Barb Monseu {supervisor to DeAnselis} and advise
her of the situation. According to F~ank DeAngelis! Barb Monseu
requested that he meet with her in the area of Bowles and Pierce
(noreh/east side of Clement Park; where they could further assess
this situation and proviae assi~tance to law enforcement if
necessary.

Frank DeAngelis related he then made his way through Clement


Park to ehe area near Bowles and Pierce. Frank DeAngelis stated
around the time he arrived at that location, he began to see police
blocking off the streets. Frank OeAnge11s stated he subsequently
made contact with law enforcement and began to assist them by
diagraming the school and 6u~oundin9 a~ea. Frank OeAnselis
summarized that situation by indicating he remained in and around
that location for approximately eighe hours providing assistance to
law enforcement. Pursuant to questioning, Frank DeAngelis stated
he cq~ld not recall each specific person he spoke with bue knew he
was asslsting various agencies ~ith their requests. Frank
Deangelis reported at one point he heard the suspects had
tentatively been identified as Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold,
Frank DeAngelis recalled being provided with a yearbook and
subsequently pointing out the two forenamed individuals to a law
enforcement officer.
When asked if he had any additional information related to
activities occurring in the school after he had left, Frank

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DeAngelis responded in the affirmative, Frank DeAngelis stated


while on scene during the incident! he was aware Arthur llK~ki"
Leyba was on a cell phone speaking to individuals in the English
office. Frank DeAngelis stated based on that conversation, he was
aware there was at least one student, seven teachers and one
teacher's aid at that location. Frank DeAngelis was also aware
there was a etudene located in the vocal music office who was using
a cell phone to contact people on the outside. Frank DeAngelis
recalled from that contact he believed the student was reporting he
was still hear~ng gunshots sometime between 1300 and 1330 hours.
Frank DeAngelis went on to state he had also heard there were at
least four teachers located in the Foreign Language office during
the t~me this incident occurred, Frank DeAngelis speculated there
were also people located in the business area of the school who
were also using cell phones to make COntact with those on the
outside.
When asked if he had spoken with any faculty members who
indicated they had information directly related to this incident,
Frank DeAngelis responded in the affirmative. Frank DeAngelis
stated he recalled having a conversation with Joe Marshall. who
indicated he had been fired at by a tall SU$peGt somewhere near the
counselors office, Frank DeAngelis stated he had no additional
information concerning that incident. Frank DeAngelis did go on to
state he had also spoken with another staff meffiPer identified as
Rich Long, who reportedly had seen Dave Sanders shot in the hallway
a shore distance from the library/science area. Frank Dek~gelis
added he belie~ed Richard Long had indicated he was in the library
as the incident began. Frank OeAngelis pointed out it was his
understanding after speaking with Rich Long, the forenamed had seen
Dylan Klebold shoot nave Sanders 'fin the back" during the course of
this incident. Frank DeAngelis stated Rich Long is very familiar
with Dylan Klebold in terms of being able to identify that
individual.
Frank DeAngelis stated at the present time, he was unable to
recall any additional decails, Frank DeAngelis did indicate to IO
and Investigator Gee this entire incident had been extremely
stressful and chaotic, Frank DeAngelis went on to state even as of
this date, things were still extremely stressful in terms of
dealing with the incident I graduation and in general, and just
maintaining some type of order for those students who were
attempting to complete this year's schooling, Frank DeAngelis also
eluded to outside issues created by family members whose ehild~en
were involved in this incident, Frank OeAngelis then made specific
reference to the Shoels and Brown family an~ made it very clear he
had never spoken to either group in terms of any complaints or
issues they had involving Col~mbine High school. IO did not pursue
that issue with Frank DeAngelis at that time. Frank DeAngelis
reiterated if an additional interview was required, he would comply
wlth investigators' requests, IO subsequently concluded his
portion of the ~nterview.
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NARRATIVE

Ref # 99-12067 Reported nate 04/20/1999 Time 12,39,32


Type ABSIOA Status RTF
Location 8201 S PIERCE ST
DET124 07/23/1999 072099/BOATRIGHT/KK
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IO would note Investigator Gee then pursued additional
questions with frank DeAngelis as it related to Sarb Larson's job
interview on the flMondayli preceding this incident, Investigator
Gee also pursued issues with Frank OeAngelis as it related to
associates of Eric Harris and Dylan Klehold. See Investigator
Gee's report for details related-to that aspect of the interview,
In addition, see ehe diagram prepa4ed by ~rank DeAngelis for
details concerning his movements within the school.

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Control Number 4907

WlTh'ESS, JEFFREY DIMA,'lNA, DOB 12'25/80, Columbine High School


student, 7852 S Upham Ct , Littleton, Cofonido, (303) 904-4662

INTERVIEWER: Agent JERRY W MEA,"IS, Colorado Bureau of Investigation, 690


Kipling Street, Denver, Colorado, 80215, (303) 239-4211

DATEmMEOF
INTERVlEWS, July 26, 1999

PLACE OF
INTERVlEW Telephone

ASSIGNMENT
SYNOPSIS The Reporting Agent conducted an interview on July 26, 1999,
withJeff DIMANNA

D!MANNA statedhe wasa senior at CHS when the shooting


occurred. He statedhe has 5th hour free so he works as an assistant
in the officearea. D!MANNA stated he received a callfrom a
teacher who was Inthe lounge area at approximately 11'20 p,m.
He statedhe thought it was Ms. HlROKOWA, but he is not
certain. He statedthe teacher wanted to talk to an adultso he gave
the phone to Ms JanFIEDLER. DIMANNA statedhe Initially
thought it wasjust one kid with a gun from listening to the phone
call, but he wasunsure Immediately afterthe first phone call
otherteachers started calling the office to report the shooting. He
stated he was telling the teachers that the office was aware of the
shooting andtheywere calling the police. He stated after a few
phone callshe heard5 or 6 shots in the hallway. He stated he saw
a student he did not know coming running intothe office from the
hallway He stated the student was scared, but said nothing about
who was shooting DIMANNA stated he sawthe principle run out
towards the hallway, butthen he,Fiedler, and another student
assistant, Elaine BOWIE got downunder a desk. DIMANNA
stated a couple of minutes later another teacher came in the office
area and had him and allthe otherpeople in the office evacuate
through the doorslocated north of the office He stated he and the
teachers went to Clement Park.

DlMANNA statedhe never saw anyone witha gunpriorto or


during the shooting. He stated he metElaine BOWIE in the

JC.o01· 005684
commons areaprior to going to the office and he saw nothing
unusual, He stated he and BOWIE werein the commons at
approximately 11.00 p.rn. and he does not remember seeing any
type of duffel bagsitting around the tables

DIMANNA stated he knew Eric HARRIS from some classes he


had taken, but he'could not remember whiChones.
He stated he
did not hang out withHARRIS or anyof the otherTCMtype
people. He stated he sawHARRIS and KLEYBOLD would
always come into thevideo departmenl early, beforethe class
actually started. He Slatedhe had no ideawhat Ihey were working
on.

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DURAN, J

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R~porting Agency R.;;lQrti~g Officer Case ReportNo
CONTINUAnON 0
SUJ>PLEMENT v JCSO WEBB 99-7625-Q
Cennecting Case ReportNo VictimName Onginal IUpon Dm Thill Report

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WITNESS,

JULIA DURAN, DOB109-03-S0


5663 West Oliver Avenue
LIttleton, Colorado 80 12J
(303) 933-0140

INVESTIGATIQN;

On05-19-99, I spokewith Julia Duran. This leadwasto determine Julia's whereabouts duringfifth period. as reflects reflect she
has this period free. During my telephone interview withJuliaon 5-19-99, she told me on thatdate,at approximately 1117 hours.
shewas in the officeof'Columbine HighSchoolto take a correspondence testfor UtahState. Shesaid she hadjust began taking
..le test when a coach came runningby and told her to get down. Shesaid she beganto get under a desk, but as she did so she
looked up and saw kids runningout of theschool. Shesaidshethenheard someone yell to get out of the school. She thenexited
the officetoward the art hallway. alongwithnumerous other people, and exitedthe school on the north sidetoward thepark. She
said she did not seeany of the gunmen, but had heardseveral explosions. She saidshe did not know what hadoccurred until she
had gotten to the park and people told her that therewere gunmen inside the school. I asked Julia if she had known Eric Hams
or Dylan Kleboid, and she told me she did not, She also told me she had no additional information that wouldassist this
investigation.

DISPOSITION: Leadclosed.

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FIEDLER. JANET

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CONT.#38Z6 6-21·99

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Fiedler. Janel 5-31-47
7947 S. VanceCt. littleton, Co. 303979-8081

Narrative:
On 6·21·99 I spoke with Fiedler who told me that on 4-20-99 she was in the maln office checking In a
substitute teacher (Fiedlercould not remember her name). Fiedler had a student assistant (Jeff Dimanna)
watching the telephone switchboard who took a call from Greco in the teachers lounge. Greco told
Dlmanna that there was "a kid with a gun", Dimanna immediately gave the phone to Fiedler. Greco then
told Fiedler the same information then hung up, Fiedler yelled to Susan While to "call 911, there's a kid
with a gun. Fiedler then contacted Studenka and Raschkee In their ofllces and advised tham of what was
goingon. At this point she heard gunshots coming down the hallway from the west and got everyone under
desksfor protection. They heard the fire alarm then a male voice say "get up and run". Fiedler, the
substitute teacher, DiManna and another student assistant Elaine Bowie then ran outsidethe building by the
art department, thru the north parking lot then to Clements Park. Fiedler did not see or hear anything else.

No furtherinformation.

JC..o01.005691

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FORD, A.

JC-001· 005692
Reponing Agency Reporting Officer C~ Report ~o
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SUPPLEMENT y JCSO WEBB 99-7625-X
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~oDtrol #3446 05-24-99
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WITNESS:

ANNIE FORD,D08105-22,81
6335 South Lamar Court
Littleton,Colorado 80127
(303) 798·2661

INVESTIGAnON:

On 05·24-99, I interviewed Annie Ford by telephone. This lead was to determine her whereabouts during fifth period, as our
recordsreflectshe has this period free. During the interview, Annie toldme that she is a peer counselorand was at the main office
in the peer counselingroom with Breann McGregory. Whilethey were in the officethere was some commotion in the hallway
and they were told to hide, that someone has a gun. She then duckeddown behind a desk, but continued to peer over the desk
to see what was gcrngon and saw a number of peoplerunning out of the school in the hall. Approximately five minutes later
she noticed that the hallway was clear, and no other activity was taking please, and she and her friend then ran from the
counselingroom out toward the art hallway and exited the schoolon the north side. toward Clement Park. She said at no time
during the incident did she see gunmen and did not knowEric Harris Or DylanKlebold. She said she had not seen themthat day.
but were aware of who they were. I asked Annie if there's any additional information she could tell me. and she said there is a
continuedrumorthrough the school that there was a thirdparty involved in the incident. I askedher if there was anyoneI could
specifically talk to in reference that. She said one of her friends by the name of Michelle Fox told her she saw a third shooter.
A lead sheet will he developed for Michelle Fox.

DISPOSITION: Lead closed.

JC-001· 005693

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JC-001· 005694
R..:porting ~geni:y Reportin~ O!fte~r Ca;e Rerun "kI
CONTImI ATION 0
SUPPle,IENT v JCSO MOORE 99·7625·E
1 Ccnnecting Case Report \40 vicum 'lame Original Report Date Thls Report
04-28-99
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INTERVIEW WITH n:1>'11 GRECO, 008104-30·50


Special Head Teacber/Cotumbtne Hlgb ScllOol
11482 Clmarrona Peak
Littleton. Colorado 80127
(303) 91l-l\67S

INVESTIGATIO,,":

On 04-20-99. at approximately 1340 hours.J interviewed Judy Greco in the parking lot of Clement Park She advised me that
at approximately 1130 hours they heard tapping on the Teacher's Lounge door and a commotion outside She advised that a
teacher. ChrisRedmeski. yelled something and tor them to get out in the hallway When they went out in the hallway they sa"
and injured student and they tried to drag the student. who she described as a white male. who had been shot. to safety. She
advised that the student looked like he had been shot in the back. but they could not drag him in and thinks that he was still
outside. Redmeski told Greco he saw a student outside with half his face shot off. She stated that someone. who she could
not identify, said the shooter was wearing a trench coal. Greco said One of the janitors by The first name of Jay told them to
get in the kitchen area and that they now could hear shots in the commons area Greco said they got into a room with a washing
machine and a dryer and that there were nine kids and eight adults In this room and that they locked the door. She said shortly
after this someone knocked on the door saying they can help them get out. She stated that this person slid a student In under
the door and she identified the student's ill as being a Brett Kosstanik She stated that this person then said. "Greg. I know
you're in there." He stated that he also had gotten other people out and that they should trust him. She advised that the group

did not want to leave. therefore they did not come out. She said after this they then heard sounds in the ceiling area and one
of the ceiling tiles moved and they could see a person that she described as a white male. 5'10" with blond hair sna "bob" cut.
blue eyes. big nose. !45 lbs, wearing a flannel shirt and Tvshirt. She stated that this person would not come down into the room
where they were at. but disappeared shortly after this. She said that the people in this room stayed until the SWAT Team
rescued them. Greco advised at this lime she had no further information that she could provide to me. at which time she stated

if she remembered any additional information she would recontact leSO.


JC-001·005695
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I have rucl the foregoing statement and the faet3 contained therein _ _ to the best of my knowledge and belief, I
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asked.
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WITNESS
Wong-Greco, Judy

1148~ Cimarron Peak 303 971 -0678

On 6-18-991 spoke with Greco who told me that she had already been interviewed by DPD Detective P, Scott early
in the investigation.

No further information.

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